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Loan Amout

HI All,

I have made payment of loan through Off cycle, But in the regular payroll run at the end of the month again the loan wage type is getting picked.

Please let me know how do I restrict this.

Thanks

Veer

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2007 at 09:12 AM

    Hi Veeresh

    First of all why are U using off cycle to pay loan to the employee.

    Can U please elaborate what amount are U paying to the employee from Offcycle.

    Is it the Loan approved amount or the Loan repayment monthly.

    put ur requirement more clearly.

    Note:- U can use the repayment date in Loan Infotype (0045) to restrict the recovery of loan wagetype from the payroll run.

    E.G. if u put 01.05.2007 in Repayment date then System will not calculate the laon recovery in april.

    Hope U get some hint.

    ~BiSu

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2007 at 10:42 AM

    Hi Veeresh,

    Infotype 0045

    Create Loan Amount

    Infotype 0267

    Create Off-cycle Payment

    Off-Cycle Payroll

    Employee will be paid Amount created in Infotype 0267

    Regular Payroll

    Employee will be paid Amount created in Infotype 0045

    Amount from Employee will be deducted which were paid as off-cycle.

    Hope this clarified your question...

    Best Regards,

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